Thanks to a Freedom of Information Act request, we finally now have the memo that Richard Clarke gave to Condoleezza Rice on Jan. 25, 2001--five days after Bush was sworn in as President. He requested an urgent meeting of top security officials to deal with the Al Queda threat, which he said should not be underestimated. The meeting finally occurred on Sept. 4, 2001. From the Reuters news story:
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